An Italian enthomological, erpethological and ornithological expeditions organized by the Salento Natural History Museum (Calimera, LECCE)
The tropical rain forest cover 100% of the territory around the river Ivindo.
Cattle Herons feeding on moths and other big insects attracted by the enthomologist’s lamp
The incredible yellow-bellied wattle-eye (Platysteira concreta) in one of the hundred of bird species documented during the expedition.
The forest elephant Loxodonta cyclotis